Is a Hippopotamus taller than a Quagga?

A: No, a Quagga is taller than a Hippopotamus
For a Hippopotamus the average height is 88 cm, (2 ft, 10.6 in ) and for a Quagga it is 130 cm, (4 ft, 3.2 in )
NameName:HippopotamusName:Quagga
HeightHeight:88 cm, (2 ft, 10.6 in )Height:130 cm, (4 ft, 3.2 in )
* Pygmy Hippopotamus - ranges from 75 to 100cm* Extinct - ranged from 125 to 135cm
WeightWeight:200 kg, (441 lbs)Weight:275 kg, (606 lbs)
Top SpeedTop Speed:30 kph, (19 mph)Top Speed:n/a
Lifespan in Wild (years)Lifespan in Wild (years):30Lifespan in Wild (years):18
DescriptionDescription:Pygmy Hippopotamus is the mini version of the common or river hippo. It has a rounder and narrower head, a greenish-black, smooth layer of skin that secretes a pink fluid (blood sweat), which gives it a shiny look. It also acts like a sunscreen to prevent dehydration.Description:Quaggas were a subspecies of zebras, but are now extinct due to hunting by European settlers in the late 1800's. Like Okapis, they had partial zebra markings. They had the same striping at the head and neck and part way down their middles. The stripes faded around the middle of the animal, and disappeared all together at the rear. The last of its kind wasdied in 1883 at Amsterdam Zoo.
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Name:Hippopotamus
Height:88 cm, (2 ft, 10.6 in )
* Pygmy Hippopotamus - ranges from 75 to 100cm
Weight:200 kg, (441 lbs)
Top Speed:30 kph, (19 mph)
Lifespan in Wild (years):30
Description:Pygmy Hippopotamus is the mini version of the common or river hippo. It has a rounder and narrower head, a greenish-black, smooth layer of skin that secretes a pink fluid (blood sweat), which gives it a shiny look. It also acts like a sunscreen to prevent dehydration.
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Name:Quagga
Height:130 cm, (4 ft, 3.2 in )
* Extinct - ranged from 125 to 135cm
Weight:275 kg, (606 lbs)
Top Speed:n/a
Lifespan in Wild (years):18
Description:Quaggas were a subspecies of zebras, but are now extinct due to hunting by European settlers in the late 1800's. Like Okapis, they had partial zebra markings. They had the same striping at the head and neck and part way down their middles. The stripes faded around the middle of the animal, and disappeared all together at the rear. The last of its kind wasdied in 1883 at Amsterdam Zoo.
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